Featuring Mark Schoenfeld and Joseph Pullen's listing at 16 Crosby Street, SoHo-Nolita:
A Chic SoHo Loft Owned by Sela Ward Returns to the Market
The Emmy Award-winning actress and her husband, the entrepreneur Howard Sherman, have used the Crosby Street apartment as a pied-à-terre. They are listing it for $5.795 million.
The actress Sela Ward is selling her SoHo pied-à-terre, an expansive prewar loft on a quiet, cobblestone block that she bought more than four years ago and renovated into a comfortable and chic urban retreat.
The roughly 2,400-square-foot apartment is on the second floor of 16 Crosby Street, between Howard and Grand Streets, in the SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District. The five-story former factory, built in 1877, has 12 co-op units.
Ms. Ward, a two-time Emmy Award winner, and her husband, the entrepreneur Howard Sherman, who have their main residence in Meridian, Miss., are listing the loft for $5.795 million; monthly maintenance is $900.
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